Some breaking news from the WSJ ... evidently, they're no longer accepting embargoed stories, or so whispers a little birdy over there.
For you non-PR types, you can stop caring reading now. For the rest of you, this is a big, big deal. Not sure why they've changed their policy, but it's probably going to reduce the number (and quality) of exclusive that they break.
It's weird ... hard to figure out. My source tells me that they won't take any embargoed information without prior approval of a deputy managing editor. Which, from what I gather, means they won't be taking them ever. Bummer.